Fixed-Fee Presentations at Law Department Retreats

Rees Morrison will present to your law department retreat on any of the two-dozen topics listed below.

The fixed fee is $5,000 plus reasonable travel expenses. This fee includes pre-conference materials as well as facilitating a discussion or break-out sessions on the topic.

  1. Alternative Fee Arrangements
  2. Benchmarks and Metrics
  3. Budgets (internal or with law firms on matters)
  4. Law-Related Blogs (Blawgs)
  5. Career Capabilities
  6. Client Satisfaction
  7. Competitive Bids and RFPs
  8. Creativity
  9. Innovations in the Coming Five Years
  10. Knowledge Management
  11. Law Department Myths
  12. Management Issues and Good Practices to Address Them
  13. Outside Counsel Management Techniques
  14. Partnering and Convergence
  15. Public Speaking
  16. Priorities, Listening and Speaking
  17. Productivity
  18. Retreats and Off-sites
  19. RFPs (Requests for Proposals)
  20. Role of the Law Department
  21. Statistics for Management Attorneys
  22. Talent Management
  23. Value of the Law Department and Ways to Prove
  24. Writing Effectively

If you would like Rees Morrison to present — or facilitate a discussion on — a topic not listed above, the fee will increase by $2,500. If he needs to prepare with interviews, review of documents, or more than one planning session, the fee will increase by $2,000.

Rees Morrison’s Experience Speaking at Law Department Conferences

During his two-decades of consulting, Rees Morrison has presented or taken part in numerous retreats of the law departments, including ABB, Aetna, Air Products, Coca Cola, ConEd, Deutsche Bank, Emory University, First Energy, General Electric, Ingersoll-Rand, Kaiser Permanente, Diageo, Google, International Finance Corp., MetLife, Pharmacia-Upjohn, Pfizer, ScanSource, UPS, and Union Camp. Additionally, he has presented for more than 100 conferences and groups.

Rees has published articles on retreats and many of the topics listed above. This website has a list of his articles under “Books and Writings.”

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